Whether Ben Roethlisberger figures out a way to play or not, I think it's safe to say he'll be nowhere close to 100 percent.
He's a warrior and will figure out a way to do what he can for the Steelers, and Roethlisberger's 75 percent is better than a lot of quarterbacks' 100 percent.
However, the Titans are playing great football right now and might just be lucky enough to catch the Steelers when they're beaten up.
It will be much more difficult for Roethlisberger to be accurate and extend plays. The Titans will bring a ton of pressure all day to make Roethlisberger move on that injured foot.
The Titans have 10 sacks from seven different players so far this season, and the Steelers offensive line is a work in progress with three new starters.
If Roethlisberger can't go then the Titans will most likely get Charlie Batch, but Dennis Dixon might still be a possibility.
Either way, those two guys obviously aren't the best the Steelers have to offer and will dramatically increase the chance for the Titans to get another big win.
To make matters even worse for the Steelers offense, Rashard Mendenhall tweaked a hamstring and is currently listed as questionable.
The Titans may have lucked out by when they are getting the Steelers this season.